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Thousands of people flocked to Golden last weekend to enjoy a Wild West weekend during the yearly tradition of Buffalo Bill Days. Activities included mutton bustin’, a pancake breakfast, a community worship service, a duck race and free train … more
Arvada’s Victoria Johnson proved women can compete with the finest drivers when it comes to racing on the country’s quarter-mile drag strips. Johnson won the Top Dragster classification in last week’s National Hot Rod Association’s Mile … more
There are always a lot of various thoughts and plans for drivers in the National Hot Rod Association when the organization heads into Bandimere Speedway in Morrison. After all, the track rests a little over a mile high on the side of a … more
Eliminating strokes from a golf scorecard could start with workouts in the gym. Improving overall fitness and adding some golf-specific resistance training are factors that can help lower a handicap, experts say. “Any golf professional can … more
Starting in 2010, Denver Botanic Gardens launched the first Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program at a U.S. botanic garden, with regular weekly seasonal distributions to members in Denver and Littleton — about 265 members in 2015, … more
Recruiting websites have become one of the most popular tools for many high school athletes aspiring to play college sports. The sites allow athletes to create profiles for databases used by college coaches seeking a specific type of athlete. … more
Mike Brookhart was a three-sport standout who graduated in 1979 from Cherry Creek High School. Despite his talent, Brookhart wouldn’t have become a four-year baseball letterman and team captain at the University of Northern Colorado if not for … more
It can be expensive for athletes to catch the attention of college recruiters at a summer camp, recruiting event or national tournament. Ponderosa senior-to-be quarterback Nick Wilson went to the Boston College camp along with tight end Matt … more
“Littleton: Old, New and Now” is the latest exhibit at the Depot Art Gallery. Littleton Fine Arts Guild members were asked to create art in/about Littleton. Denver artist Anita Winter was juror and awarded Best of Show to Cele Bergstrom for her … more
Wheat Ridge resident Chris Mangold’s first service dog saved her life when she fell into a coma. “That dog was eventually retired but I missed it so much because the dog is like a life partner,” said the former nurse, who is legally blind … more
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